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Treasure Quest: Snake Island (TV Series –) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Fake. Made up drama. Scripted parts. Too much recap and very little substance.season episode what for
Kevin, It's all good fun, as long as we understand the meaning of 'reality television': Real people as opposed to?? I now know how to make moonshine. The characters are more interesting as well. How about the 'Hunting Hitler' series, or the 'High Hitler' show? It seems unusual how popular that character is, even today.
Sign in. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! IMDb More. Treasure Quest: Snake Island —. Hide Spoilers. A show which clearly jumps to the most il logical conclusion that ANYTHING found on the island MUST be related to hiding treasure as opposed to the thousand of other more practical reasons , is made for the idiots who believe it. The saddest thing is that budding archaeological aficionados like my 6 year olds may believe that this is how science and theory works - fitting every finding to your conclusions.
Just started watching Treasure Quest: Snake Island. I hate how blatantly fake it is (the worst examples of creative editing) and I hate that I can't stop watching it.
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Hi Kevin, Excellent read, many thanks!!! Shows like this allow me to be an international treasure hunter without leaving home and I eagerly look forward to every episode show casing their ordeals, adapting and overcoming. You brought the requisite amount of skepticism to the Sacambaya treasure myth, and your observation that these stories often seem to flow from a supposed lucky survivor of the plot to hide the trove was spot on. But there's no credible evidence supporting the idea that there ever was a treasure there or for the even more preposterous tale, that the Jesuits left gold hidden in a booby-trapped hidey-hole. I suppose in the movie version, Johnny Depp will play the head Jesuit.
Treasure Quest: Snake Island--The Real Story Fireside Chat w/ Cork Graham Episode 15
Treasure Quest: Snake Island
The series follows a crew of treasure hunters led by Cork Graham including champion freediver Mehgan Heaney-Grier as they search for the legendary trove of Incan treasure known as the Treasure of the Trinity throughout South America. During Season 1, the crew focuses their search on remote Snake Island located off the southeastern coast of Brazil. Additionally, the team has to contend with armed black-market snake poachers, bullet ants , inhospitable terrain, and hazardous coastal waters populated with sharks, jellyfish, and roaming pirates. During Season 2, the crew searches various locations throughout Paraguay and Argentina. Land dangers include venomous snakes such as the jararaca pit viper , venomous spiders and insects, man-eating jaguars, drug traffickers, highway bandits, rival treasure hunters, and jealous locals; river dangers include low-visibility waters, unpredictable currents, fast-moving debris, pirates, caimans , piranhas , vampire fish, and stingrays. Centuries-old map markings discovered on Snake Island during the previous season lead the team to their first site of interest, a long-deserted Guarani village along the bank of the Paraguay River in Paraguay. The team moves onto their second site in Paraguay, the remains of the former Trinidad Mission founded by Catholic Jesuit missionaries in the early 17th century.